Cedar Ridge Preserve occupies 633 acres of picturesque hiking trails. The forest preserves a beautiful slice of hill country rich in wildlife. The total length of the trail is 2.1 miles, and the trail is generally considered an easy trail route. The elevation gain of the trail is 31 meters. The natural sanctuary is jointly managed by Audubon Dallas (the local chapter of The Audubon National Society) and the county of Dallas. CRP includes native trees, grasses, and wildflowers, showcasing the area's natural beauty. The preserve provides visitors with an array of facilities with nine miles of easy-to-challenging walking trails, providing the perfect experience for any hiker. Cedar Ridge Preserve is open to the public for hiking, educational and recreational opportunities. A Butterfly Garden and picnic areas are also situated there. Bird watching is a popular year-round activity, including a wide range of wildlife.